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1408 The Strand: Strand For All

1408 The Strand has a warmly sophisticated atmosphere with 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, and approximately 4600-square-feet of living space, positioned on an elevated stretch of this charming

Westside Digs • June 17, 2022

ON THE COVER Made in Manhattan: This newly built architectural home—crafted with luxe materials and unexpected features—is a sleekly sophisticated beach retreat in the midst

Ultra Strand: 1800 Strand

At the intersection of the Strand and the 18th Street walk street—perhaps the most charming street of its kind in a town that’s known for

732 The Strand: Strand Everlasting

The sparkling four-mile stretch of the Strand that snakes along the coast of the Pacific Ocean through the Beach Cities is a natural setting to

South Bay Digs • January 28, 2022

ON THE COVER Splendor by the Sea: Sunlit and sculpted, this landmark Strand property is a larger-than-life playground for luxe beachfront living presented by The

South Bay Digs • January 14, 2022

ON THE COVER Made in Manhattan: This newly built architectural home—crafted with luxe materials and unexpected features—is a sleekly sophisticated beach retreat in the midst

South Bay Digs • January 8, 2021

ON THE COVER a North Hermosa Beach Tomaro Design Group home offered by Lauren Forbes & John Corrales of Compass. In this edition of South

A Tomaro Design Group Coastal Classic

The ocean is everywhere—its special light, air and atmosphere are palpable along this friendly street where neighbors gather freely for outdoor gatherings, particularly at sunset.
2615 Crest Drive, 2615 Crest Dr, Manhattan Beach, CA, 90266, Lauren Forbes, John Corrales, Forbes Corrales, Compass, Paul Jonason, ocean view, oceanview, views, pacific ocean, Michael Lee, Cumaru, hardwood, David James

Perch Over the Pacific at 2615 Crest Drive

“I have the most amazing playground in the world right in front of the house,” says David James, owner of a contemporary Manhattan Beach dwelling